The Wolf Intelligencer

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." John Muir

Nushagak Peninsula caribou herd, Alaska Barren-Ground Caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus)

Influence of wolf predation on population momentum of the Nushagak Peninsula caribou herd, southwestern Alaska. Walsh P. Rangifer. 2019 Jun

Population Monitoring and Status of the Nushagak Peninsula Caribou Herd. Aderman, A.R., 2013.

Temporal use of the Nushagak Peninsula by wolves, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, southwestern Alaska. Walsh P, Woolington J. Progress report. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Dillingham, Alaska. 2012 May

Population growth, movements, and status of the Nushagak Peninsula Caribou Herd following reintroduction, 1988-2000. Collins GH, Hinkes MT, Aderman AR, Woolington JD. Rangifer. 2003 Apr

Population Monitoring and Status of the Reintroduced Nushagak Peninsula Caribou Herd: April 2000-March 2001, Aderman A, Woolingtin JD. Progress Report. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge; 2001 Aug

POPULATION GROWTH, MOVEMENTS, AND STATUS OF THE NUSHAGAK PENINSULA CARIBOU HERD FOLLOWING REINTRODUCTION, SOUTHWEST ALASKA, MARCH 1988-MARCH 2000. Collins GH, Hinkes MT, Aderman AR, Woolington JD. Togiak National Wildlife Refuge and Alaska Department ofFish and Game, Dillingham. 2000 Jun.

Population growth and status of the Nushagak Peninsula caribou herd in southwest Alaska following reintroduction, 1988-1993. Hinkes MT, Van Daele LJ. Rangifer. 1996 Jan

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